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obamacare would be repealed. but in face of that we'll take what we can get, right now obama is having to admit his system is not going to work. even if just for small businesses more time we can buy, the more apparent it will be this system is false, today, they came out with fact that smokers when were originally going to be penalized they can't figure out how to penalize them, that glitch will not be fixed for a year, more time we get people to show the train wreck, more time to prove that obamacare needs to be abolished. neil: i was talking with lawyers earlier, who said when you have a law, unless you alter the enforce provisions you can do on your own but changes the daitz andate,andism implementation, yt do that without congress. >> you can get sued. this is is his law, he can't say, that passed congress, but i am going to enforce the parts that i like. neil: he is hearing from folks who say, we cannot do this. >> that is not law that was passed. >> you hate this law? >> absolutely. i don't think that president can decide what he does and does not like. neillike. neil: what do y
. once again you have obama's animal farm where certain favorite constituencies get one treatment and in this case, indivials see it rise 300% as a result of sew bough ma care and get the shaft. minorities have rights too, you know. >> you want to jump in on this? >> i want to add to jonathon's point that congress trd to exempt itself and when word got out all hell broke loose. now they are subjected to obamacare too. they pushed it through on an i'd logical agenda. part of the reason was we need to do this fast because it will save lives. they had three years to implement this thing since the passage of the bill. none is ready. the ultimate objective is to get everybody off private health insurance and individual health insurance and into a single payer system. that's why we are seeing the collapse of all of this. it is all by design. >> the timing of this sounds so political to me. we are going to wait until 2015. what happens in 2014? mid-term elections. what are the democrats afraid of? running against republicans. the republicans remind everybody that this sinking titanic ob
are absolutely right, eric. obama doesn't want this to be a referendum on health care reform in the mid-term elections. he doesn't want to see ads talking about the 2 one-pages of regulatory questionnaires that businesses have to fill out. he wants to take that off the table. this is purely about politics. it has nothing to do with economics. i agree with you on that. >> if it is so bad to run in a mid-term election, maybe it is just not a good idea in general. >> it is not a good idea, eric. that's what i said. we know that. it has been picked over. we have had throw years of this. we have had three years of this. it was picked over in the first place. we know that. we know there are all of these regulations that cannot be complied with and counter to each other and it costs money. we know even the most bronzed plan they talk about, the cheapest plan will cost a person $5,000. then you go and ultimately the platinum plans that are even more outrageous in costs, there is no way that this law makes any sense on any level. they have to erase it and start over. >> and to christian's point
, it settles there, i think we have a good chance of getting above that. you're right. this is obama's america, almost 48 million people on food stamps. we've got a 2% gdp and pumping 85 billion dollars into the market every month and creating 150 to 200,000 jocbs. what are the people making if they're only making 2% gdp. stuart: you open your mouth and you're killing me. and it's good to be back and good to see you. the opening bell is ringing and we're expecting the dow to go up right from the opening bell, a gain of 60, maybe 70 points that will carry us close to 15-3. check the big board in the early going. we're up 30 points, 15263 as we speak. want to take a look at ibm. big name stock, lots of people own it, it's in the dow of course, goldman downgraded it. look at it go down. 1 1/2%. that puts ibm at 192. come in, nicole, i'm back from vacation. telllme about another dow stock, dizzily, the lone ranger, tell me about it. nicole: let's take a look at disney. up 1%, we watched it yesterday after "the lone ranger" over the weekend. i enjoyed the music, however, the movie was a flop. and b
bridge. how would you, if you are advising the obama administration right now, go about finding the key leaders? i have not seen any of identifiable key leaders. >> we're not doing our job because the embassy in cairo, the u.s. embassy has been dining -- danielle with the brotherhood and elevating them to a level of visibility in washington d.c. we actually need to invite leaders of the union, the students. they need to be invited to congress so that our people, we spend for the next year. has been spent. we need to know who are the leaders. in eastern europe you remember, in the czech republic we know who was the leader. why don't we have the same? denn: thk you very much. appreciate it. thank you for coming on. oil prices spiking past $100 per barrel as egypt raises. never mind that egypt produces less than 2 percent o the world's oil. u.s. oil production is thriving. we want to know why our energy markets still finding reason to panic? next. more "money" coming up. ♪ dennis: the ks in egypt is causing turmoil for oil prices, surging to the highest levels in more than a year and
and membership for the nra jumping and kg any connection here? >> i am a big advocate of the right it carry your firearms and i like florida's law in particular because it works well there. the obama administration so manies to act like they are anti- gun. people are buying more guns in his administration, more than ever. nra membership up and people are concerned about protecting their rights. >> some are saying president obama is the best salesmen for guns. >> nra going around confiscate the guns and buy them now. andap assumption he will come for the guns and making sure it doesn't happen. nra needed a fall guy. bark bookkeeper obama is the fall guy. shame on them. >> president is been tough on gun laws hasn't he? >> indeed. the more the government tries to limit gun sales and curtail the second amendment, the more people have in buying guns but protecting the second amendment. i joined the nra for the exact reason. more you limit the ability to own awe gun more people want to buy them. it is the reason the rugger stock is up seven percent. you can thank obama for the rise in gun sales. >> an
obama? >> it's got to be jobs, right? unemployment has not really budged now for five years it seems like. that was when barack obama came into office a couple of decimal points so it's got to be jobs. moving this country back from the decade long recession we've been in to real recovery. that's got to be the number one priority for republicans. >>> we have to leave it there, boris. thank you for your perspective. >> absolutely. >> stick around. "first look", all the stories we're talking about. [ whimpers ] - hugs from beneful baked delights... - [ barks ] are crispy, oven-baked dog snacks with soft savory centers, made with beef and cheese. beneful baked delights: a unique collection of four snacks... to help spark play in your day. >>> it's time now for "first buzz." all the stories we're talking about this morning. i'm joined by richard lui and bill karins. >> yeah, it's summertime. people are out there. they're active and facebook of all places has come out with a list of most active cities based on the number of times people are posting about this, downloading apps. the list is
'll listen to what you're saying. >> okay, then it's the crummy obama economy, you're right. you're exactly right. >> we're not there yet. it hasn't even kicked in yet. >> well, you're right. we're five years in and still bad. you're exactly right. >> obama kay is not the cause -- obamacare is not the cause. neil: i think you're the cause. when we come back, we're going to look at yahoo! right now and feel so guilty about so many of its customers feeling bad that it snooped through their records, that it wants to -- the government won't let 'em. not yahoo!. neil: all right. when we found out that the nsa was spying on us and taking our records and hitting up all these technology companies for their records, you had to ask yourself, why did they go along? yahoo! wants to get the record straight and let its customers know they fought them now and then, but the question is why the government won't let them tell that and won't let them detail what happened when they did. we've got brett coffin joining us, the aclu national security project big wig, and i'm wondering, what does that say and does
're right. we'rfive years in and still bad. you're exactly right. >> obama kay is not the cause -- obamacare is not the cause. neil: i think you're the cause. when we come back, we're ging to look at yahoo! right now and feel so guilty about so many of its customers feeling bad that its customers feeling bad that it snooped through their i want to make things more secure. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat mo dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] fm broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solutis from at&t have the security you need to get you there. call us. we can show you how at&t solutions can help you do what you do... even better. ♪ to fly home for the big fily reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the venture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, you guys! and with double miles you can actuay use, you never miss the fun. beard growin
president obama is trying to show a road map of ways they can protect voting rights in the future for all residents of the country, but specifically african-americans who might have limited access to polling. >> but for the first time he's speaking there in two years. why has it taken him this long? why this strained relationship. >> again, they're concerned about the president's focus not being as much on african-american constituents, job employment rate is much higher among african-americans. i think -- again, the president is trying to return the focus for jobs for all americans, but i think in particular there's frustration the president is not using his office in a way that would accentuate this community. and i think that, you know, there's been up and down in this relationship. i think he's trying to sort of return the focus of, you know, core constituents to jobs and start there. >> david, we appreciate it. thank you for joining us this morning. >> sure. >>> coming up, richard lui is back with bill karins for our "first buzz." tually all your important legal matters in just minut
is in the best interest of u.s. security. >>> right now president obama meeting with black members of congress to discuss a range of issues, the president and congressional black caucus set to discuss economic issues, immigration, health care reform and voting rights. this is the first time the group meets since the supreme court stripped a key part of the voting rights act affecting states with a history of racism. as of this morning all 43 members of the caucus were scheduled to attend. >>> house speaker john boehner held a press conference just a few minutes ago on the president's health care law. here to talk more about that nbc deputy political he had kerr domenico montanaro. lets hear what he said, we've got a sound piece. listen to this and i'll get your reaction. >> by just delaying the employer mandate frankly isn't good enough. today we sent a letter to the president asking him to justify a delay in the employer mandate while leaving in place the mandate on individuals and families, because if businesses can get relief from obama care, the rest of america ought to be able to get reli
in the summer if you have a tiller. >> fun in the sun? come to my house and do my garden. >>> president obama meets with the congressional black calk taos talk about the economy. it's their first meeting since the supreme court decision last month that stripped out a key provision of the voting rights act. >>> first lady michelle obama hosted the second annual kids state dinner and will recognize winners of the healthy lunchtime challenge. >>> i'm richard lui along with bill karins. thanks for watching "early today." you have a very good day.
farm bill. the obama administration searches for a diplomatic resolution in egypt. >> there is a crisis in egypt. gwen: and the politics at home have complicated. n texas, where the uproar over abortion rights have spread to other states, as in new york, where voters are being asked to test their powers of forgiveness. >> i would like to serve again. gwen: covering the week, alan gomez of "usa today," peter baker of "the new york times." karen tumulty of the "washington post," and beth reinhard of "national journal." >> award winning reporting and analysis. covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week with gwen ifill." corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we went out and asked people a simple question -- how old is the oldest person you've known. we gave people a sticker and had them show us. a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90's and that's a great thing. one thing that hasn't changed, the official retirement age. how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years? >>
? >> they don't have the right to do that. the laws that president obama is implementing would not have passed congress and did not pass congress and as bad as throwing the anti-fraud measures and employer mandate out the window is, what they're doing with those subsidies, they're not supposed to be available and ron knows they're not supposed to be available. 2/3 of the states have rejected a health care exchange. the law made the medicaid subsidies condition on state cooperation but president obama is trying to spend $800 billion in those states without any congressional authorization whatsoever. getting rid of the anti-fraud measure pales in comparison to that. >> somebody who was conservative would say in 2/3 of the conservative states -- >> i'm not a conservative, ron. >> we should not be providing subsidies for people in the so-called red states. that's absolutely extraordinary. >> unfortunately, whatever your political point of view, ron, i appreciate it and i respect it, all i'm saying is the reality is as michael cannon and i think myself, is what we're describing. we know, we know wi
we see, anna wintour, you're right. she was a huge fund-raiser for president obamas right? the pro-clinton super pac has signed up this group 230 strategies. the leaders of that group -- they did the grassroots for president obama. the conspear theory is that she's saying no but all the chess pieces are there. what does the vice president think about this, if team obama is going towards hillary clinton, he might be scratching his head. >> that's a very good question. >> did i hear conspiracy? >> yes. >>> back to student loans. you've got the senate they're going to pass, we believe, their bill that says let's keep the rate where is they are. the house wants to tie student loan rates to the ten-year treasury, just like home mortgages. but what are you hearing about pressure to do the right thing by students? by advantaging them, not just treating them like some other borrow, anything? >> here's my first conspiracy theory, mr. cuomo is so hot on this issue because he's promised his daughter to spend a huge amount on a car. he needs these huge interest rates on loans. look, this has n
domestically being the strong man that stands up to the united states and his relationship with president obama, which is very fragile right now. >> would i think the u.s. government is furious that this press conference was even allowed to take place. you could justify snowden being in hiding, quote unquote, in this airport but going before cameras, human rights groups are allowed to come and hear him, that's not something president obama wants to see happen. >> no, and obviously this is something russian officials helped facilitate. they're already treating him as an asylum case, giving him access to human rights people. they were saying to the russians that he was in a transit airport and he couldn't go anywhere and now he's getting this good treatment, treated by human rights officials. i think what they're afraid of now is that they're moving toward possible asylum. because you see that, as snowden said out loud, i will not leak any more information against the united states. that was one of the conditions the russians put out for his asylum last week. so the question is were the russians
to walk free. had diplomatic repercussions. president obama signed tough anti-russian legislation named after him. of humanhose accused rights violations in russia from injury into the u.s. i would thank obama for adopting this law. somehow it will keep my son's memory alive. it has become well known under the circumstances. >> vladimir q2 and announced to the law and said it poisons -- vladimir q2 anputin denounced tw and said it poisons relations. >> participation in this process is illegal and immoral. this is dancing on the bones of a dead man because you cannot prosecute someone who is dead. the family has always insisted he was innocent. amnesty international called this post to ms. trial farcical and sinister dosh -- ed this post humorous amnesty international called this trial farcical and sinister. there is u.s. legislation that targets those that believed to be responsible for his death and others involved in human rights abuses in russia. hashe premier of quÉbec branded un-american railway company deplorable for its response to a train explosion in the canadian town. police
. >> bill: all right. because i want to talk about president obama yesterday handing out the awards for national arts and humanities down at the white house. it was an interesting group herb albert -- george lucas film maker. playwright and then renee fleming, leading soprano. very creative and talented americans that the president honored yesterday. and he said in giving out the awards that they were all in many ways, teachers. teaching us important lessons. here's president obama. i think. >> obama: for all their differences, today's honorees have one thing in common and that is they are teachers. whether they realize it or not. they've taught us about ourselves and about our world. >> bill: and he particularly singled out george lucas again neighbor of mine in marin county lives on lucas valley road which was lucas valley road before he moved there. skywalker ranch. >> that he made. >> bill: aptly named. that's his headquarters. in marin county outside of nevada. he credited george lucas for revolutionizing what we think about when we think about special effects in movies. >> oba
for women's rights. president obama addressing planned parenthood directly. democrats running ads up and down the ticket, not just the presidential level, but the country. in the democratic general election races across the country, saying democrats should be the ones to defend women's rights and the abilities to decide their own pregnancies without the government. democrats warn that without a vote they would ban abortion in the country. >> if roe v wade, would you sign it? >> let me say it, i would be delighted to sign that bill. >> banning all abortions? >> i would be delighted to sign that bill. >> trying to mislead us. that is wrong. but then all abortions, only if you vote for him. >> and it turns out even if you don't vote for him. because you know in the last election, in november 2012, which was not that long ago, mitt romney lost in a landslide, republicans lost the election really badly, they lost the white house really badly. they lost seats in the senate and house. nationally in the last election, republicans lost and democrats won. but, national is not everything. and i
is right in that? >> oh, absolutely. president obama is the commander in chief. it's the executive branch that's made a decision to resort to force feeding of detainees at guantanamo, and if president obama is extremely unhappy at that state of affairs, he can certainly change it. >> in terms of the controversy surrounding this issue, obviously the judge is moved by the prisoners' pleas that this is something that is both demeaning and cruel. is there legal clarity on the issue of whether or not this is the appropriate policy, whether or not this is something doctors legally can do and this is something prisons ought to do? >> no, there isn't. there's a substantial difference of opinion, and i'm not entirely unsympathetic to the physicians at guantanamo bay who i think are in a difficult situation. i mean, i think one perspective is, look, we have an ethical duty to prevent these detainees from harming themselves. that they may be detained for a long time, maybe indefinitely, maybe not. we'll see in the future. but death is irreversible and we have an ethical duty to keep them safe even i
are being treated at hospitals from san francisco down to stanford as we speak right now. >> president obama is aware of the situation and no terrorism is involved. >> and san francisco general has told us it currently has 27 patients, is the number we're getting at this point. ten are in critical condition. they say they do have most of the patients there. there are korean nationals and they are dealing with interpreters and have brought people in. this may be one of the reasons why one of those is still unaccounted for. initially a couple hours ago we heard 60 people were unaccounted for. there may be a language barrier issue but those numbers have been shored up. we're starting to hear more numbers that sound more realistic. she's been there at 1:00 this afternoon. and we're starting to hear more. 123 passengers were supposed to still be in the airport that we're being processed. have we been able to see any of those people? are we hearing their accounts yet? >> not yet. we've been at the reflection area where people are coming periodically and we have not heard or seen those passengers.
standards have improved. >> julie, what do you think? >> i think he's right. you guys are complaining that obama wants to raise fuel standards is, but that's pretty good news for gas standar. it will make that tank of gas go a lot longer and i think that's pretty good. i'm not oppose to the keystone pipeline. but we do know that it's not really -- i mean, from fact checkers and others who have looked at it, it's not really going to affect the price of gas. we can sit here and pretend it's going to be a massive panacea. it might marginally effect it a couple of cents. >> here is the issue. as much as going after coal -- as much as raising our ility bills is the issue, that part of the energy issue -- >> what part of the energy issue? >> going after coal, going after -- not driving those standards and grandfathering it in for power plants and the like, that all of a sudden are looking at having to make these expensive adjustments right now. i find it odd that these plants that really depend on coal, jul julie, are the ones that are going to get socked in the seats and these are the same
rights violations in russia from entry into the united states. i would thank obama for adopting this law. somehow it will keep my son's memory alive. but still, it is said he has become well known under the circumstances. the law andounced said it poisoned relations. the russian senate quickly passed a bill banning americans from adopting orphans from his country as a means to demonstrate displeasure. on thursday, a moscow court will deliver its verdict. the family lawyer says the proceedings have been a disgrace. participation in this process is illegal and immoral. 's mother and iy characterize this of dancing on the bones of a dead man because you cannot prosecute someone who is dead. family has always insisted he was innocent. amnesty international called the trial, the first of its kind in russia i'm a farcical and cynical. but despite the efforts of the russian authorities to discredit the young lawyer and destroyed his reputation, his name will live on. act, u.s.ky legislation that targets those believed to be responsible for his death and others involved in human rights abuses in
to embarrass the president when they apologized? any time people on the right criticize president obama is because of racism. >> a reporter did this to me four different ways. you don't like the president because he is black. i said, no, i don't like him because he's a socialist. pretty easy. >> i am a member of the westchester tea party, and one of the founding principals of the tea party is the constitution. >> i called you the wrong name. >> that's okay. there tends to be a misconception to the constitution. people think racist, slavery. the constitution explicitly says we're all created equal and talking about going into schools and talking to young children, if we show them the constitution and what it actually means and explain it to them, maybe that would draw them to it more and to realize it's there to help us and to protect us, but not to give us things. >> i know our founding fathers, we can deal with the whole issue of the constitutional convention. it was -- i don't think the country would have been formed if they tried to deal with the evil of slavery at the time. they tri
into limbaugh's radio show to complain about the lack of outrage from the right over obama's policies and the liberal war on coal. tony mentioned julie roginski telling coal was horse and buggy stuff and limbaugh asked who she was. tony said she's a democrat obama alinskite at which point limbaugh cut him off. we don't cut people off. i said oh, tony. when mentioning cavuto as though he's watching fox. since its payne it's got to be fox business channel. maybe sometimes he guests on cavuto i said tony stop watching these people because they're intended to make you question your sanity. you need to stop watching these people because they're in the going to change. that has become limbaugh told listeners to stop watching fox. i did not tell anyone to stop watching fox. i said stop listening to these people that make you so mad what. else am i going to say? i don't watch people that make me mad anymore. i gave that up years ago. what is the point? i told tony they're not going to change. they're there to tick you off. don't let it get to you. just so you know this whole drummed up thing
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to obama care, some are asking this important question. does he have the legal right to do it? a top constitutional scholar is calling foul on all of this and he is going to join us tonight. all those stories and much more coming up on "the kudlow report," beginning right now. >> first up, this evening let's talk earnings. how will the quarter shake out? cnbc's own bob fa is asani has details. >> it was a risk day, with major outperformance from transportation stocks and home building stock, material, energy, financials were strong as well. and even though a lot of people are convinced this will be another lackluster quarter for earnings growth, you know the s&p 500 is within roughly 1% of a historic high. now, my take on earnings this quarter is pretty simple. the estimates are for earnings growth of 1 to about 3%. they vary. but the final number invariably is three points higher than the initial number for start of the quarters so earnings are likely to be up 4% to 6%. that's below the historic average. the average is 8% growth. but it's not disaster. what about the flat top line g
telling lynard skinard not to play free bird, am i right? >> they said if we elected obama the country wouldn't be racist because we would prove we weren't because we would have elected the first black president and we would be unified and happy and none of that has happened. i think, the republicans get tricked by really skillful democrat consul tantants and me people. let's take the way republicans are intimidated by the media when it comes to independence. republicans are told don't criticize obama, don't be partisan. that just makes the independents mad and they'll run right to the democrats the minute you show any partisanship. they want bipartisanship. so the republicans don't criticize obama. they play nice. it never works and the independents, the democrat party is as mean spirited and extreme as anybody i've ever seen. >> what are you talking about? it's the republicans they're the people -- these tea party people in the house are holding the stuff up and by the way, the 14 illegal immigrants can't get to be a voter for 14 to 20 years. we're not going to expect that 11 or so m
, this is women, right? obama won by 11 points and they won single women, i think it was 36% that obama won. but this is from the growth and opportunity to report that was brought up. >> the autopsy -- >> right. this is their quote regarding women. republicans need to make a better effort at listening to female voters, directing their policy proposals what they learn from women and indicating they understand. clearly, they did not read that part of the report. >> gunmakers firing back at progun control politicians. that's after this. >>> two weeks ago on the show we discussed rick perry's effort to convince gun manufacturers to pack up and move to texas. so far no connecticut gunmakers have taken governor perry up on his offer, although one connecticut company did strike a deal with south carolina to move there. and now barrettausa is looking to expand its operations outside of maryland. being wooed by leaders from several states and flatly ruled out two of them this week. they would not expand in west virginia, because of senator joe manchin's push to expand background checks on gun purcha
won the election for president obama. that's right, 96% of black women and three quarters of latinas voted for president obama. they are the source of the famous gender gap, making up for white women who actually voted for mitt romney by an eight-point margin. and it is those women, the women who are here today, at the essence festival who are needed to stop the radical conservative agenda and the all-out assault on women's bodies. but how do we translate our voting power into real change? the problem is politicians on both sides assume that women of color will vote for democrats, and the democrats simply take that for granted. and the republicans write them off as impossible to get. so republicans feel free to support policies that harm women of color and democrats don't feel enough pressure to stop them. take a look at the latest assault on women's health care. draconian restrictions on reproductive rights in texas, ohio, north carolina. the u.s. house of representatives that will disproportionately affect poor and minority women. what we need is a coalition, broad and strong, that
students, the role of our federal government. tom perez, assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. she was also nominated by president obama to serve in her role as assistant secretary of education for civil rights and she was confirmed by the senate in may of 2009. as assistant secretary, ruslyn is assistant secretary arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil right
-american, so i want extra rights here. >> would you have said that about obama? i guess i want to get it right. his mother was white. wise guy. his father was part black and his mother was white. >> part kenyan. the other network coverage on this. it is as if even the lawyers on the other networks and they talk differently when they come on your show by the way. if they think what has to be shown in this trial is george zimmerman has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he did not engage in racial profiling. no, just a little word to the wise. ith not illegal for a private citizen to racially profile, not illegal to follow someone. certainly not illegal when you have a concealed carry permit in florida to have a gun on you. burden of proof 100% on the prosecution. they have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the self-defense claim was not legitimate. you do not need to have a scratch on you to fear death or imminent harm which is why it's kind of insane for people to say, oh, no, no, no. i don't think he'll be convicted on second degree murder, but will be on manslaughter. the self-def
of the audience members rights why is, has been, why has the republican opposition to president obama seemed at times so personal? in your opinion? >> first of all -- >> you agree it is personal? >> of course. this goes back longtime in american politics, the election of 1800 where they wrote about thomas jefferson saying slave mistress, more recently bill clinton was called a murderer for some drug deal he supposedly took part in in arizona. this has always been part of our politics, but the internet makes it more intense, it used to be we get these letters in newsweek, the red typewriter ribbon, some of this, but now there can be huge volumes of this stuff and the real difference between the obama and the region does remand bush's the range and syndrome which happened on the left during the bush administration, that people suffering bush in the arrangement syndrome thought things like george bush knew about 9/11 in advance, ridiculous things like that. none of those people would never put on an nbc. but lots and a lot of people who believe the president wasn't born in the united states eve
of fun right now with president obama. >> si is thumbing his nose the president obama. the same time he is taking that super bowl ring from the new england patriots. you know, it is actually quite tragic because it is not to the point where the president of the united states carries no credibility. and china and russia are making fun of him today and thumbing their noses at him, tomorrow it is venezuela and the next day it is other countries. once this starts weather countries and other leaders have no respect for the president of the united states it is a cascading effect. lou: jay carney, white house press spokesman said that they may a deliberate decision, a deliberate decision to let him leave hong kong for russia. we presume that is where he is added unquestionably has a negative impact on u.s.-china relations focusing on the chinese side of this trilogy, if you will. what are your thoughts? >> well, i think it is a demonstration that the chinese could not care less what the white house says. did we really do all that we could to persuade them not to let him go? did the president c
an hour. [applause] i know a thing or two what it's like to be em battled a right-wing guy that lives and works in new york city. i used to live in union square in new york, which was the very epicenter of obama mania in '07 and '08. i didn't remember -- i remember on lek night i was up late on foxx at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning. i went back home. , i was tired worn out, eitherble, depressed. it was hear union square it was like we won a war. the street were thronged. people were chanted, i think singing. randomly high fiving me. little did they know. whenever i encounter the kind of liberal youth i'm reminded of a reagan story when he was governor in california, at the time when protests oftentimes spownt spontaneously out. he was at the meaning of trustees at california. while he was there a demonstration started. a staff wanted to sneak out the bank. he walks through the protesters. gets in his car, and, you know, there is a scruffy, hip-looking type. haven't bathed very recently and start banging on the car and chanting "we are the future ." the story goeses -- goes cracks the wi
michelle obama -- she's being introduced right here. yeah. for the second year in a row, first lady michelle obama is hosting a state dinner at the white house for dozens of specially selected children who entered and won a recipe contest. the contest challenged these kids to come up with a recipe that's affordable, healthy, original and delicious. so today at this state dinner, they are eating some of the recipes. the winners come from all 50 states. the winner from california, 12- year-old rose scott of menlo park. her winning respry, which tori might consider, pork and tofu lettuce cups. here they come as they are still being announced. congratulations to the winners. >>> napa's bottlerock music festival and its organizers are facing another lawsuit. the company responsible for the portable toilets and temporary fencing is now suing. event organizers have yet to pay more than $2 million to union workers, vendors and charities. the five-day music marathon held in may was the largest event in napa history. organizers of another music festival. this is the outside lands music festiv
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